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. but right now, in virginia, there's an attorney general whose first act was to try to order all of the state universities of virginia to rescind or not enforce their policies against discrimination based on sexual -- sexual orientation. that's the first act. so, are there threats to civil rights today? obviously there are. >> to what degree is something like what mr. renacci said? how much is the rhetoric that everything needs to be local? and how much is it that other thing we heard from ken buck in colorado, rand paul in kentucky, this notion that, look, there's no more racism here. what kind of country could have racism and an african-american president? >> there's a lot of that out there. again, i'm not sure that renacci got past the first sentence of the memo. others who did read the whole thing, there seems to be -- i get a lot of this in my e-mail, essentially saying what more do you people want? and -- and this idea that we -- we are past that whole issue, the whole issue of race, not just past an era, but the whole issue, the whole question that there's nothing else to talk about is
virginia, and delaware. if republicans win any of those seats and are seated immediately as expected, the republican filibuster would be harder to overcome. and there is another issue democrats might want to come to grips the popularity of their health care reform law. a recent poll looks like a strong plurality opposes the law, 23% of the opposers think the law did not go far enough. 20% opposed only a few changes. finally today president obama signed into law what may be the last item democrats passed before the mid-term elections, the small business package which includes tax cuts as well as provisions to make loans more availabile. let's turn first to "washington post" staff writer, "newsweek" columnist and msnbc contributor ezric kleine. the topic tax cuts for the middle class, tax cuts for the rich, the audience is the house democratic leaders. what should they be hearing they don't seem to be? >> the reality is the house democratic leaders see much more willing to take a chance. they can count to -- they can do the math when they don't have the votes. you mentioned this in you
after the election, the terms of three a pointed senators expyre from west virginia, illinois and delaware. if they are seated immediately as expected, the republican filibuster would be harder to over item. another issue with which democrats may want to come to grips before the mid-terms. the popularity of their health care reform law. a poll looks like a strong plurality oppose. 23% think the law did not go far enough. 20% opposed only a few changes. finally president obama signed into law what may be the last item passed before the mid-term elections. the small business package which that includes taxes and makes loans more available. let's turn to "washington post" staff writer, news week california um nift and msnbc contributor, ezra kline. the tax cuts for the middle class and the rich. the audience is the house democratic leaders. what should they be hearing that they don't seem to be? >> the reality is that the house democratic leaders seem more willing to take a chance than the senate leaders. dick durbin said they can do the math and don't have the votes. you mention
who run the mine in west virginia where 29 miners were injured andc% managed to get set up with the nonsensical uneducated hatred pushed by flip tea party types and called b.s. on it. the first karl rove wigging out over the lump of dumb and judgmental christine o'donnell. but now al de a m amato. >> most of these guys working in the post office should be driving cabs and i think we should stop importing labor from nigeria and ethiopia. that's about the skill level. that's why i allege they should be bumped down to driving cabs and stop importing labor to drive cabs. >> you are a nasty -- you are a nasty racist. when you begin to -- i'm going to just make my observation. i have a right to do it. you brought in the fact a bunch of nigerians. let me just tell you that's a bunch of bull [ bleep ] and you should be ashamed of yourself and have your mouth washed out. what the hell are you talking about? it's one thing to say they're out -- wait a minute -- shut up. i listened to your racist bull [ bleep ]. it's one thing to say that they're hiring people who are unskilled, that
of republicans. in a moment, lieutenant dan choi. virginia phillips ruling the policy of banning openly gay men and women from serving in the military has a, quote, direct and deleterious effect on the armed services. phillips declaring don't ask, don't tell is unconstitutional because it violates first and fifth amendment rights, and offers no military benefit. among those discharged were many with critically needed skills. according to the government's own data, many of those discharged pursuant to the act had education training or specialization in so-called critical skills, including arabic, chinese flun see. military intelligence, weapons development and medicine. the suit was first filed in 2004 by the republicans, a gay and lesbian advocacy group. it will not effect policy immediately. the judge will first draft an injunction over the next week. the justice department can appeal the decision. a spokesman telling the ap, it's currently being reviewed by attorneys. for his part, president obama who campaigned on the repeal of don't ask, don't tell has left it up to congress to overturn the
Search Results 0 to 8 of about 9 (some duplicates have been removed)